I am a modern heathen, practicing in the Norse tradition, learning from my Nordic ancestors and also adapting and applying their wisdom to our current reality. In the summer of 2017, I started writing a column that would change my practice forever. I wanted to explore the runes, but on my terms as a radical, queer, feminist.
I began sharing my journey as a heathen over at the Little Red Tarot blog – it was a natural fit, and I was among great company of people who were also critically exploring their own spiritual practices. Now that the community blog of Little Red Tarot has shut down, I’m continuing the Heathen’s Journey column at my Patreon and here on my own blog. Patrons will get new Heathen’s Journey content one month before the posts will go live here.
For your convenience, here’s a library of all the public Heathen’s Journey posts. Let me know how this is landing, and if there are any topics in heathenry you would like me to explore! Bless.
- Releasing into Norse Practice: The Beginning of a Heathen’s Journey
- An explanation of the runes and how to use them
- An initiation ritual for learning the runes
- Heathen’s Journey: Combating Hate through Inclusive Heathenry part 1
- Heathen’s Journey: Combating hate through inclusive heathenry part 2
- Redefining wealth with Fehu
- Uruz and understanding creative masculinity
- Thurisaz for protection and shadow work
- Invoking the Allfather with Ansuz
- What’s the difference between tarot and runes?
- A rune poem borne of sacred rage
- Guidance for the journey with Raidho
- Kenaz lights the torch
- Gyfu: Gifts for the collective
- Wunjo and the sacred rebellion of joy
- Diving into the shadows with Hagalaz
- Isa and the Silence of Winter